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Emil Visnovsky
co-chair, Slovakia
Department of Philosophy and History of Philosophy
Faculty of Arts
Comenius University
Šafárikovo nám. 6
818 01 Bratislava
Slovakia
emil.visnovsky@uniba.sk

John Ryder
co-chair, Slovakia
Provost, American University of Malta, Triq Dom Mintoff Bormla, BML 1013, Malta jryder6682@gmail.com

James Campbell
USA

Scott L. Pratt
USA

Roberta Dreon
Italy

Krystyna Wilkoszewska
Poland

Leszek Koczanowicz
Poland

Alexander Kremer
Hungary

Sami Pihlstrom
Findland

Lyubov Bugaeva
Russia

Radim Šíp
Czech Republic

Carlos Mougan
Spain

Jane Skinner
South Africa

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Announcement

Central European Pragmatist Forum

The Second International Conference
"Deconstruction and Reconstruction"

Location:
Kraków, Poland Jagiellonian University
Dates:
Thursday, June 6 - Wednesday, June 12, 2002
Keynote Speaker:
John McDermott, Texas A&M University

The Central European Pragmatist Forum (CEPF) invites paper submissions for its Second International Conference in Kraków, Poland, in June, 2002. The CEPF was formed in recognition of the growing interest in Central and Eastern Europe in pragmatism and American philosophy generally. The purpose of the biennial conference is to provide the opportunity for American and European specialists in American philosophy to spend several days discussing their work.

The theme of the 2002 conference is Deconstruction and Reconstruction. All papers that speak to this general theme are invited. The conference will be fairly small, roughly 15 Americans and 15 Europeans, which allows sufficient time for all sessions to be plenary and for all participants to get to know one another. The language of the conference is English.

Registration Fee approximately $500, travel expenses additional.

Deadline for Paper Submissions: December 15, 2001

For information in the US:
John Ryder
Dean of Arts and Sciences
SUNY Cortland
Cortland NY 13045
ryderj@cortland.edu
(607) 753-4312

or

James Campbell
Department of Philosophy
University of Toledo
Toledo OH 43606
james.campbell@utoledo.edu
(419) 530?4521

For information in Europa:
Krystyna Wilkoszewska
Institute of Philosophy Jagiellonian
University Krakow
Poland
wilkosze@grodzki.phils.uj.edu.pl



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